Vanessa // Going Down Death Road
1st Person | ep50 | Oct 4, 2017
In this episode, ​Vanessa recounts the most dangerous thing she has ever done, traveling down the "Death Road" in Bolivia by bike. She shares what the experience was like and gives advice for people who might be looking to face their fears. ​

Music featured in this episode: "Black Cherry" by Las Rosas

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CULTURE | We head out into the city to meet people and get their firsthand stories about their own lives and experiences.

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